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Weather connect 4

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Weather Connect 4 Resource
4.8 stars out of 5

This resource is a Connect 4 board with simple images relating to weather, with accompanying vocabulary cards. The aim of the resource is to support 7- to 9-year-old beginner EAL learners to identify different types of weather and acquire simple weather vocabulary in English.

Motte and bailey castles

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Motte and bailey castles EAL resource
4 stars out of 5

This resource is to support teaching about motte and bailey castles, focusing on their strengths and weaknesses. It contains a PowerPoint presentation with images of castles, and teacher notes. The presentation includes various activities designed to encourage collaborative learning and give opportunities for exploratory talk.

Forces quiz

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Forces quiz

This science resource for ages 5-7, 8-11 or 12-14 uses picture cards and statements about gravity and friction, some of which are true and some of which are false. EAL learners use a true/false grid to classify the cards as true or false. 

My diary

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my diary resource
4 stars out of 5

This is a pack of worksheets and visual materials to support EAL learners with basic diary writing. This resource is suitable as a whole class activity for the 8 to 11 age group or as a differentiated resource for beginner EAL learners aged 12 to 14.

Weather top trumps

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Weather top trumps
5 stars out of 5

This resource is a set of cards to play a game of Top Trumps using terms to describe different types of weather. Before playing the game, learners work collaboratively, in pairs, to determine the scores for different types of weather.

Bias in texts

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scales of justice

This resource is a whole class activity for English, History or Citizenship on descriptive language and creating a positive or negative impression in the reader when describing people.   

Describing animals

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Describing animals

An effective, simple resource for beginner EAL learners with speaking, listening and writing activities for practising naming parts of animals. There are five activities, a mixture of matching activities and substitution tables. They are memory learning.

Not my business

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Not my business

This comprehensive resource pack relates to the poem 'Not my business' by Niyi Osundare. The poem is analysed in accessible English, with commentaries on the poet's language, use of imagery and the structure of the poem. 

Plant and animal cells

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Plant and animal cells

Two activities for revising and consolidating the names and functions of the different components of plant and animal cells: nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall, vacuole and chloroplasts. 

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